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AHMA – Research and Policy Analyst

Date posted: June 4, 2024

This position manages assigned research and policy deliverables that are intended to improve housing and well-being outcomes for Indigenous peoples. The Research and Policy Analyst will work with AHMA Operations Team, as well as a range of stakeholders throughout government and in the non-profit sector.

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AHMA – Revitalization Coordinator

Date posted: Jan. 25, 2024

Reporting to the Revitalization Manager, the Revitalization Coordinator provides expertise, oversight and guidance to member organizations that develop and operate a range of housing and shelter options offering appropriate placements along the housing continuum for the homeless, hard-to-house or those with multiple barriers.

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AHMA – Project Manager

Date posted: Mar. 14, 2024

As a member of the Asset Strategies Team, the Project Manager contributes to the success of the organization by providing guidance and direct project management services for a diverse portfolio of construction, renovation, and large maintenance projects.

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External Opportunities

Lu’ma Native Housing Society – Careers

Over the past 40 years, Lu’ma has developed, owns and manages more than 1250 affordable housing units. We offer a wide range of programs, services and initiatives that aim to alleviate poverty, improve the overall health of the urban Indigenous community and respond to the evolving needs of Indigenous peoples.

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NICHI – Careers

The National Indigenous Collaborative Housing Inc. (NICHI) exists to uphold and advance housing as a human right for all Indigenous Peoples living in urban, rural and northern communities from coast-to-coast-to-coast. To deliver relevant and appropriate services, NICHI believes the best approach is For Indigenous By Indigenous. Come work with us!

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Canadian Housing & Renewal Association (CHRA) – Job Postings

CHRA believes that, although shelter is a basic element of human survival, adequate and affordable housing provides much more than a physical structure to meet this need. An affordable and secure home provides a stable foundation from which individuals, communities and Canada as a whole can prosper. CHRA works to ensure all Canadians have an affordable, secure and decent place to call home by advocating for improved housing policies and programs that keep housing affordable, expand housing capacity, and strive to end homelessness.

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Aboriginal Mother’s Centre Society

AMCS provides an environment where Aboriginal mothers and their children thrive in an equitable and supportive community that is rich in cultural and holistic values.”Under One Roof”, AMCS provides housing for Aboriginal mothers and their children who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or that have had, or are at risk of having their children apprehended. AMCS supports families in their goals to regain and retain their children and achieving self-sufficiency. AMCS is dedicated to supporting Aboriginal families by providing cultural, traditional services through a holistic grass roots approach.

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Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA) – Careers

As an organization, we are often a first point of contact for Indigenous people seeking services and supports. To this end, we are working to build a continuum of care for people from birth to death and welcome feedback and guidance from our members on new programs and new roads we should take. Moreover, we work in a culturally relevant and safe way, honoring the diverse lived experiences of Indigenous people who come from Nations across Turtle Island. Our approach and philosophy is to bridge the best of both Western and Traditional knowledge to provide a place of support, healing, and advocacy. We also celebrate Indigenous Identity and worldview — which is often lacking in mainstream services and work very hard to ensure that our community is treated in a fair and respectful way.

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Hiy̓ám̓ ta Sḵwx̱ wú7mesh Housing Society – Job Postings

Hiyam Housing Society is an incorporated non-profit Society, newly formed by the Squamish Nation Council as part of its strategic priority to house every Squamish member within a generation. Our mandate is to provide and build affordable housing for low-to-moderate income families with a priority, but not exclusive, focus on Squamish Nation members. The Squamish Nation has occupied and governed the territory since beyond recorded history. The Squamish Nation’s culture is rich and resilient. We continue to practice our customs and traditions, which are strongly interconnected with our traditional territory. Together with our lands, our customs and traditions are the foundations of who we are as Skwxwú7mesh.

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M’akola Housing Society – Opportunities

M’akola Housing Society is an Indigenous Housing Provider that hires several positions related to property management, administration and finance, development services and assisted living. They are located in the following regions in Victoria, Cowichan Valley, Comox Valley, Terrace and Prince Rupert.

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BC Indigenous Housing Society – Careers

The BC Indigenous Housing Society (BCIHS) is dedicated to providing safe, attainable housing for Indigenous individuals and families living in Vancouver and throughout British Columbia. The BCIHS is governed by an all-Indigenous Board of Directors and employs approximately 100 people. Founded in 1984, we currently manage a portfolio of 21 buildings and over 900 units, supporting over 1,300 Indigenous individuals and families. BCIHS works in partnership with federal and provincial government agencies to subsidize tenant rent contributions and achieve affordability for individuals and families.

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Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Center Jobs – Careers

The Friendship Centre, a charitable organization provides programs in health, welfare, social services, human rights, culture, education, recreation and equality for all genders of aboriginal people of all age groups. The Friendship Centre emphasizes the philosophies and values of varied aboriginal cultures and traditions. With over 50 years of providing essential services to the urban aboriginal community, the VAFCS has helped families, youth, adults, elders and children maintain their aboriginal cultural ties and values.

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